Iceland Outfitters offers the best fly fishing rivers in Iceland


Langá river

The legendary Langá is a real beauty in West Iceland. There you fish Atlantic salmon with light rods and small flies.


Brennan is the junction pool of Thverá and Hvítá rivers. With its charming lodge and 3 rods it is a perfect location for small groups and families.

Skjálfandafljót river

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Skjálfandafljót river is one of a kind. This large, strong river with good sized salmon, set in picturesque surroundings is a favourite of ours.


Mid-highlands of Iceland. Trout and Char

The place to fish for an adventurous nature lover. Fishing in the highlands of Iceland provides you with the experience of being at one with nature.

Laxá river in Mývatnssveit

Is this the best Brown trout fishing in the prettiest landscape in the world? You can be the judge of that.

Leirá in Leirársveit

Small, 2 rod salmon and sea-trout stream, only 20 min drive from Reykjavik.

Sea angling

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Tours and trips

Fishing day tours from Reykjavik

Iceland Outfitters offers a wide variety of salmon, trout and char rivers and lakes, all within a one hour drive from Reykjavik.

Sea Angling day tours

Sea Angling is a fun and a different way of experiencing Iceland. Join us fishing for few hours of cathing the best fish in the world. Departures from Reykjavik and Akranes.

Fishing day tours from Akureyri

North Iceland is known for its brown trout fishing and big salmon. Iceland Outfitters offers day tours fishing from Akureyri.

Latest news

Iceland Outfitters in North Spain - October 2nd

Iceland Outfitters will have a reception for guests interested in fishing and/or hunting in Iceland and Greenland

Langá river

ICELAND - Langá is one of the classic Icelandic salmon river

2018 availability

We will add in dates that become available for 2018 to this article

Want to catch the biggest trout of your life?

Last chance to join us on the ION beat, trouts up to 30 pounds are caught there every year.